Three injured in vehicle rollover on Sunday
Three Minot people were injured Sunday evening when the driver of a 2000 Ford Explorer lost control of her vehicle on the ice on N.D. Highway 23, 16 miles south of Minot, overcorrected, and her vehicle rolled over twice
The driver, Pamela Morris, 59, and her passengers, Ronald Parizek, 65, and Kenneth Forsman, 62, were all injured.
According to the North Dakota Highway Patrol, Morris was traveling from Van Hook to Minot when the accident happened. She over-corrected after losing control on the ice and the vehicle entered the south ditch, where it rolled twice before coming to rest on its top. The Garrison Ambulance responded to the scene.
Morris was wearing a seat belt. Neither Forsman nor Parizek were wearing their seat belts.